Samsung Galaxy S22
Reviews and ratings: 86 %
Description Samsung Galaxy S22
- 6.1 inches, 2340 x 1080 pixels, Dynamic AMOLED, 120Hz
- 8-core CPU, 8-12GB RAM, 128-256GB data space
- Android 12, One UI UI, Battery 3700 mAh
- Triple back cameras: 50 MP (OIS, PDAF), 10 MP (Telephoto, OIS), 12 MP (Ultra-wide). Front camera: 10 MP
- The new flatter and more symmetrical design is still very recognizable
- Excellent 120Hz AMOLED display
- Solid all-around hybrid stereo speaker system
- Solid flagship camera experience both in photos and videos
- No charger in the box and no pre-applied screen protector
- Battery life
Samsung Galaxy S22 review: A solid step forward
Instead, the Galaxy S22 seems aimed at people who have older phones — at least two years old, though people still using a phone from 2019 or earlier will see the biggest improvements when they upgrade to the Galaxy S22. This is a solid step ahead for Samsung, with the improvements to the display and the camera particularly noticeable.
As to Samsung’s claim on the title of best phone, I think you can make a better case for Galaxy S22 Ultra and its higher-end features (and Apple still might have something to say about that with its iPhone 13 Pro models). The Galaxy S22 is a flagship phone for people who don’t want to spend $1,000 or more on their next handset, but still want a premium device. On that front, Samsung more than delivers what you’re asking for. Read full review…
Samsung Galaxy S22 review
The flip side of that reality is that while the S22 is engineered to be as good as possible for as many people as possible, it is pretty boring. Once again, boring in a dependable sense, but still hardly the device that is going to tickle a smartphone enthusiast’s fancy. We definitely wish we could have a more exciting smartphone scene like years past when even titans like Nokia could afford to roll the dice and experiment. Then again, there is something to be said about having an ever-dependable choice in the latest (and greatest) Galaxy S phones. That is a significant draw for many users out there. Plus, the vanilla S22, in particular, has the size aspect going for it, potentially drawing in a crowd seeking a true flagship experience in the smallest possible form factor. And that’s on top of those users simply wanting to pick up the cheapest of the S22 trio. Read full review…
Samsung Galaxy S22 review – Small, brimming with upgrades, and eminently useful
The Samsung Galaxy S22 is small, fast, and offers a clean and reliable Android experience. It’s an incremental update that keeps what was good in the S21, and upgrades the camera, processor, and materials to create a solid Android device. Read full review…
Samsung Galaxy S22 review: Still my pick over the Pixel 6 Pro
The smallest of the Galaxy S22 family makes up for its small size by offering big power, thanks to the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset. The design has been refined from its predecessor, giving us possibly the best-looking Galaxy smartphone we’ve ever had. However, all this power comes at the expense of some comfort, which could be a deal-breaker for some. Read full review…
Samsung Galaxy S22 review – Samsung’s regular flagship smartphone is a compact marvel is almost every way
The Galaxy S22 series does come at a premium price point and the S22 sits at the lower end of the range but is more expensive than some rivals. The Galaxy S Series from Samsung has matured over time and the current generation feels refined and has a lot of things working in its favour.
Battery life aside, there are barely any major downsides to the S22. If you are a heavy user, get prepared to charge the phone more than once a day or carry a portable power bank.
It is not worth upgrading from last year’s S21 as the improvements are marginal. If you need better battery life and a larger screen and can stretch your budget, the S22+ is worth considering. Read full review…
Samsung Galaxy S22 review: Sleeper powerhouse
On its own, the Galaxy S22 is a terrific value-for-money smartphone. For Android loyalists hoping to steer clear of the Pixel 6’s buggy reputation, Samsung’s phone is undoubtedly the best option. If you’re gravitating toward the iPhone 13, the Galaxy S22 leapfrogs it with an extra telephoto camera, faster charging, a more modern design, and a less restrictive operating system. So, here’s the final verdict: If you are in the market for an Android phone with clean looks, good cameras, and feature-rich software, but don’t want to shell out over a thousand dollars, the Galaxy S22 is your best bet. Read full review…
Samsung Galaxy S22 review: The best, in a small package – Samsung isn’t going big, but it still hopes you’ll bring this phone home
The Samsung Galaxy S22 is a triumph for small phone lovers everywhere. It matches the larger Galaxy S22 Plus in almost every category, but is far more comfortable for one-handed use. The Galaxy S22 is otherwise a strong contender for the best small flagship, maybe ever, though the weakened battery life is a painful Achilles’ heel. Read full review…
Samsung Galaxy S22 review
So should you buy the Galaxy S22? It’s a solid entry — it’s compact, it’s powerful, it has a great camera. And it has the promise of long support and updates, and it doesn’t hurt that the phone itself looks very good.
Battery life and health has me worried and the fact that there are some very, very strong competitors that can cost you less money have me on the fence about this phone in particular. However, if you are all up in the Samsung universe, you will enjoy this Galaxy. Read full review…
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